Bryant Park will launch its “Broadway to Film” series tonight as part of the iconic Bryant Park Movie Nights. The lineup includes screenings of three films currently returning to Broadway this fall. RED MILL! featuring Ewan McGregor and Nicole kidman will be screened today, Tuesday September 14; The Phantom of the Opera, the film version of the longest show in Broadway history, starring Gerard Butler, Emmy rossum and Patrick wilson will be screened on Monday, September 27; Mrs. Doubtfire with Robin williams and Sally’s Field will be screened on Tuesday, September 28.
These events will include special surprise guest appearances and will be part of a first such series at Bryant Park “Broadway to Film“. The series will be the conclusion of the successful return of this iconic outdoor film series to Bryant Park.
This year’s Bryant Park movie nights met enthusiastic crowds and special guests, including the “Clueless” star, Elisa donovan, Emmy Award Winner Darren criss and the legendary Miss Piggy. Films screened so far include Clueless, Hustlers, The Muppets Take Manhattan, Inside Man, Uncut Gems, Love & Basketball and Moonstruck.
This event is free to the public. As New York City and State safety guidelines for public gatherings change rapidly in response to the continued success of New York’s COVID-19 vaccination program, Bryant Park continues to reassess its on-site protocols for upcoming shows with the intention of safely accommodating as many participants as possible. possible. For the most recent guidelines, program updates, and additional site information and restrictions, please visit bryantpark.org.
Bryant Park is located behind the New York Public Library in Midtown Manhattan, between 40th and 42nd Streets and Fifth and Sixth Avenues. Take the B, D, F or M train to 42nd Street / Bryant Park; or take train 7 to 5th Avenue.
In addition to Verizon, season partners include Paramount + and Dunkin ‘. The programming of Movie Nights was organized in collaboration with the media partner Vulture.